Wazzup stoners! Dan here with the lowdown for all ya’ll cannabis connoisseurs out there. Reppin’ the weed community, I’m here to lay down the facts about this dank bud. It’s a strain that’s sure to make your mouth start to water and with its moderate THC content, it’s perfect for those just getting started in the world of weed.
When it comes to genetics, Sorbet has a mysterious background with only one parent being defined—Sour Sorbet. It promises a solid couch-lock effect without mental sedation, so make sure you stock up on snacks and drinks before lighting up. Sour Sorbet comes in with a hefty 25 percent THC, so don’t be misled by its moderate counterpart.
When it comes to growth and yield, Sorbet can be grown both indoors and outdoors. For those looking for some serious harvest, outdoor growth is the way to go—15-20 ounces per plant. Indoors will give you 8-10 ounces per plant and will require some training and trimming. If you’re an experienced grower, this shouldn’t be too hard for you.
Flowering time is 9-10 weeks and the buds are topped with a healthy coating of trichomes. The look of this strain is a neon green with orange hairs so you know your harvest will be fire. The THC content of Sorbet tops out at 13 percent, so it shouldn’t overwhelm new smokers too much. Be mindful though—you might experience some mild anxiety after smoking this strain due to its potency, but that can usually be avoided by smoking in moderation.
The aroma and flavor of Sorbet are like no other—citrusy and herbal. When you inhale this strain you’ll taste notes of limonene, valencene and caryophyllene which all have their own medicinal benefits. Limonene promotes energy while Valencene can reduce inflammation and mental function issues. Caryophyllene can help ease chronic pain, making Sorbet great for medical conditions as well as recreational smoking sessions.
Unfortunately, Sorbet is pretty expensive and can range from $45-$50 per 1/8 of an ounce or around $280-$300 for an ounce. Your best bet for scoring some of this dank bud is talking to your local dispensary worker or searching around different seed banks and start growing your own supply. If you’re lucky enough to find some Sorbet seeds or cuttings, your harvest will definitely be a hit!
So there ya have it—the lowdown on that dank weed strain called Sorbet! Whether you’re a novice smoker or an experienced herb connoisseur, this strain will definitely satisfy your taste buds and offer some amazing medical benefits as well. Until next time folks—stay blazin’!